Day: 29 January 2014

Live Review: The Lumineers + Stelth Ulvang – Enmore Theatre, Sydney (28.01.14)

January 29, 2014

They’re currently skyrocketing in popularity, and those who weren’t over at the QANTAS Credit Union Arena (formerly Sydney Entertainment Centre) checking out Arcade Fire were those who snapped up tickets to a sold out show at the Enmore Theatre to see The Lumineers.

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New York Festival The Governor's Ball announces Oukast, The Strokes, Jack White and more for 2014!

January 29, 2014

The lineup for this year’s Governor’s Ball Festival has been announced, and boy is it something else. The New York City festival held on Randall’s island includes a slew of mouth-watering names for the June event. A freshly reunited Outkast headline the event alongside Jack White, Vampire Weekend and New York City’s very own darlings, […]

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the AU interview at Big Day Out: Sam Hales and Cesira Aitken of The Jungle Giants (Brisbane)

January 29, 2014

Larry sits down with Sam Hales and Cesira Aitken from The Jungle Giants to talk touring with the Big Day Out, their last record, the year ahead and much more…

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the AU interview: Jesse Rose (Los Angeles, USA)

January 29, 2014

As he tours Australia and anticipates the release of his new album The Whole Twelve Inches next month, Larry catches up with Jesse Rose to talk about the album and look to the year ahead… The number 12 seems to have hijacked your creative decisions over the last year or so! 12 songs, 12 months, […]

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Film Review: 12 Years a Slave (MA15+) (USA, 2013)

January 29, 2014

A free black man living in New York, Soloman Northup (Chiwetel Ejiofor) accepts a job working as a violinist with a circus, does a few gigs in different cities and ends up in Washington. His travel companions trick him, sell him in to slavery and, as the title suggests, the film tells the story of […]

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Box Office Report: Marty’s Wolf devours Australian box office

January 29, 2014

Never underestimate Martin Scorsese. The legendary director has another hit on his hands with controversial black comedy The Wolf of Wall Street. After opening inAustralia on January 23rd, the film broke two box office records; the biggest opening day for any Scorsese film and the biggest opening day for any R18+ film in Australian history. This is a […]

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